In one of the most bland press releases I’ve ever seen, the Bills have announced that they have come to terms with running back Fred Jackson on a new contract.
The Bills and running back Fred Jackson have agreed to terms on a contract extension.
The three-year veteran has played in 24 career games with four starts. In 2008, Jackson set a career-high with 571 rushing yards on 130 carries including three touchdowns and added 37 catches for 317 yards.
Jackson has recorded 871 rushing yards on 188 attempts and 507 receiving yards on 59 catches in his career.
A product of Coe College and a Forth Worth, TX native, Jackson joined Buffalo in September of 2006 on the team’s practice squad.
We’ll update with new information as it (if it) becomes available. What we do know now is who the Bills starting running back will be for Week One.